The Rugged RAID Brings Redundancy on the Road

Orange bordered RAID on display
Grab your drive and go, is a lot easier said than done if you are worrying about the safety of your hard drive. All the shooting you do needs to be protected and the Rugged RAID from LaCie will withstand hits in the field and in transit, while providing RAID 0 or RAID 1 benefits.

Make Your RAID a Rugged RAID at CES 2015

Orange and silver portable drive with cable attached and panel removed
We like hard drives, and believe you do too. LaCie’s Rugged RAID is putting portable drives on another level. The security and performance of RAID drives are often touted as one of the safest ways to keep video files. If you’ve ever needed to deliver a hard drive to a client, or travel with one, you know portability features matter.

CES 2013 Hits a Hard Drive on Blade Runner by LaCie

Metallic plates create a prism for a liquid-shaped hard drive - open spot has connectors

Today is press day in Las Vegas and for the International CES. Many press conferences are being held in the grand rooms of hotels and conference space. But among those announcements from CEOs and celebrities, press releases will be pouring in consistently. The first you'll see here is from LaCie, a storage mainstay and innovator. They deserve a double take since they're introducing a limited edition hard drive known as the Blade Runner.

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My LaCie hard drive has gotten very loud. What I assume to be the fan will turn loudly for hours. It stops for awhile when I put the computer to sleep or power back up. I've had this drive for two years and, other than making a smooth-sounding spinning noise, it has never done this before.

is this an indication that it's about to crash and burn? I have a long project I'm editing. All the material is in there.

LaCie Introduces LaCinema Rugged HD

LaCie Introduces LaCinema Rugged HD
Reprinted from a LaCie press release The First Mobile High-Definition Multimedia Player Enjoy HD movies on any HDTV One cable connection to HDTV via HDMI User-friendly graphical interface Shock-resistant and designed for mobility
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My office bought an iMac 24" with FCE. And it has USB 2.0, FW400/FW800 ports, and a single internal hard drive.

Every single training book or video tells you to run your files off a separate hard drive, so I want to add an external drive. I'm looking at LaCie, G-Raid, and OWC externals. If any of you have any comments about these drives, please post your opinions. Thanks!

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